I updated Pulp & Fiction today. The Problem With Guns
Keep Austin Weird.
Here we go--shiny new Blog Post up at Guerrilla Warfare For Writers:
HAS YOUR BOOK FLAT-LINED ON AMAZON?
(oh, I can speak about this one)
The Girl They Sold to the Moon (NEW RELEASE)
Planet Janitor Site.
My hubby aka The Chemical Engineer takes over my blog today:
Your significant other is a writer? Donīt panic, 10 rules to follow...
The No Grain Experiment: I learned a lot in the month I decided to add back in grains. I'm now back off them again. Read why.
We talk about Frenchie LaRou and Mighty Joe Schlong. Yep, today we talk about our stripper names (and tell you how to pick your's, too).
"Life isn't fair. It's just fairer than death, that's all." -- William Goldman, The Princess Bride
Summer Teen Reading Party has begun! As part of it, YA novelist Barbara Ehrentreu lets her main character do the talking about tough teen issues.
Anne E. Johnson
Science Fiction and Historical Fiction
Novels and Short Stories
Good sci-fi is sometimes hard to find. So is the children's book The Search for WondLa worth anyone's time? Find out here: They Are Unlike Any Others I Have Encountered in All My Travels.
After two days of a break (crazy busy preparing for the release of my debut spy fiction), here's my interview with Wayne Arthurson, author of A Killing Winter, which came out on April 10 - http://ethanjones.blog.com/2012/05/0...yne-arthurson/
Three articles so far, reviews of Mass Effect: Revelation, Catching Fire and an ultra short on May 4th / Star Wars Day.
Blog in sig.
Now the dust has settled from the move, I revived my blog and ramble... some more .... about my apartment
Currently NaNoing: The Heroine from Hampshire - gothic romance maybe... kinda